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Month: August 2021

The redeemed have the authority to ‘say so’

Psalm 107:2 – “Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, whom he hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy.” God has given believers the power and authority to speak/confess words of abundant life over any circumstance or situation they may experience. John 10:10 KJV says, “ … I am come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly.” The Greek definition for the word “confession” is the word “homologeo.” This word has several definitions that can help you to better understand what “confession”… Read more The redeemed have the authority to ‘say so’

Build My Life (feat. Joe L Barnes, Jekalyn Carr & Ryan Ofei) | Maverick City | Tribl

This video was captured in Atlanta at Tribl Worship Nights on July 24th, 2021. Lyrics: Worthy of every song we could ever sing Worthy of all the praise we could ever bring Worthy of every breath we could ever breathe We live for You Jesus, the name above every other name Jesus, the only one who could ever save Worthy of every breath we could ever breathe We live for You Holy, there is no one like You There is none beside You Open up my eyes in wonder Show… Read more Build My Life (feat. Joe L Barnes, Jekalyn Carr & Ryan Ofei) | Maverick City | Tribl

Embracing the Adventure of Doing Business With God

For decades, leaders of the faith and work movement have encouraged and equipped followers of Christ to integrate their faith into their work lives and see their work as significant to God’s purposes for the world. A significant number of Christians in business have the hearts and mindsets to no longer separate their work lives from their spiritual lives. They are committed to doing business “as unto the Lord,” as the apostle Paul encourages in Colossians 3:23. However, the invitation that lies before every business leader is greater than many… Read more Embracing the Adventure of Doing Business With God

May God Keep Us from Being Like Thinkers

Reflections on Ecclesiastes Great minds don’t think alike. Leonardo Da Vinci didn’t paint the “Mona Lisa” by working like his predecessors; he made the uncommon move of focusing on her eyes and hands. Albert Einstein didn’t figure out the speed of light by focusing on the problems his peers were solving. Walt Whitman didn’t come up with his poetry style by working with the same forms as his contemporaries. And Henry Ford didn’t take his car to market by coming up with the best one; he made his mass-producible. Anyone… Read more May God Keep Us from Being Like Thinkers

But God…

“But God is my helper.” —Psalm 54:4 Have you ever looked up the phrase “but God” in the Bible? You’ll find it in a lot of interesting situations where God intervened. Take the story of Noah, for example. I wonder if he started to lose hope as he and his family bobbed around in that ark with all those animals after the Flood. Genesis 8:1 tells us, “But God remembered Noah and all the wild animals and livestock with him in the boat. He sent a wind to blow across… Read more But God…